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Culpeper Times â€˘ February 23-March 1, 2017
al AUXILIARY ACCOLADES: New officers for the Culpeper Hospit es decad ent repres ladies These . month Auxiliary were installed last are (l-r) d Picture ons! atulati Congr . service unity of caring comm Louise Batten, Treasurer; Marabeth Allen, Recording Secretary; Bonnie Viar, Second Vice- Chair; Betty Burns, Chair; Shirley Ann ary. Bayne, First Vice-Chair; and Jean Inskeep, Corresponding Secret
FIGHTING FOR FREEDOM: Charles Jameson, who is President of the George Washington Carver Regional High School Alumni Association, orchestrated a series of exhibits on African Americans who fought in the Civil War. This past Sunday it was on display at the Orange County Art Studio and will run Feb. 25-28 at the Madison County Library.
SHINING STARS: Lights purchased to honor or remember a loved al. one shone brightly during the holidays on a tree near the hospit ry, Auxilia al Hospit Shirley Ann Bayne, first vice-chair of the Culpeper System Health UVA presents Greg Napps, CEO, Novant Health from Culpeper Medical Center, a check in the amount of $6,736.29 ign. campa Love of Lights 2016 ry's Auxilia al Hospit the Culpeper
PINEWOOD PACK: Members of Cub Scout Pack 550 gathered at Verdun Adventure Bound on Super Bowl Sunday Feb. 5 for the annual running of the pinewood derby racers. It was all eyes on the track from William Schmidt, Brendan Reyes, Caden Marty, Ben Wortman, Griffin Tanner, Ryan Batson, Peyton Coppage, Layne Disher, and Cameron Marty as they focused on the race in progress.